Hotel Romerhof

Sofienstrasse 25, Baden-Baden, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 76530, Germany | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Sofienstrasse 25, Baden-Baden, is near Lichtentaler Allee, Casino Baden-Baden Spielbank, Museum Frieder Burda, and Theater Baden-Baden (Festspielhaus).
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Baden-Baden

Baden Baden

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Aug 06, 2014

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... town. Next we visited the Faberge museum and this was fantastic. We had a girl from Russia explain the collection. It all belongs to a wealthy Russian (VERY wealthy) And he houses it in Baden Baden because it is more secure there. I cannot imagine what it all would be worth. Unfortunately we could not take any photos. Had another hour or two in the thermal spa then relaxed dinner at an Italian restaurant. Love ...

Gengenbach to Baden-Baden

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Aug 05, 2014

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Reluctantly left Gengenbach today and drove firstly to Freudenstadt where we had a coffee, then took the B500 to Baden-Baden. This is reputedly one of the prettiest drives in Germany and it was fantastic because we crossed one of the many mountain ranges of the Black Forest. Spectacular views over beautiful valleys. As soon as we arrived ...

Gengenbach and surrounds

A travel blog entry by annsplace on Aug 04, 2014

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... and it was. By and large we kept to the back roads and saw some beautiful little villages. It was wonderful to get back to Gengenbach, however; it is the pick of the villages in this area and our hotel is superb. The hospitality is second to none - could stay for a week. Had dinner at a little restaurant that was very traditional and loved ...

A Complete 360

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jul 21, 2014

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... when he flicked the large spines. It was an incredible percussive performance.

That seemed to be the last of the grotto concerts so we filed outside with everyone and ended up in a huge open-air gravelled courtyard within the confines of the walls of a long, low building with arched openings. It was beautifully lit with candles on small café tables scattered about on the gravel and there was a big stage at one end, ...

The Not-so-fine Rhine

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jul 20, 2014

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... gardens or trees, each hotter than the next. Finally after about 20 km, we rolled into Germersheim, where we now planned to roost for the night, the end of a 63 km km ride that felt so much longer.

We stopped by the side of the road to look at a map of the town, and right then, in a moment of time, our most difficult, exhausting day did a 360 and transformed itself into one of the best and most memorable!



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